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ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. good morning. you are looking live in hayward from firefighters are investigating a deadly overnight fire. it happened just before 1:00 this morning. coming up in two minutes you will join janine de la vega who is on the scene. she will have more on how firefighters were able to save two people that were living inside the home. one person did not make it.
she'll have more on that story. good morning thank you for joining us friday morning. june 6th i'm pam cook. >> love it when you say friday morning. just have to say it. good morning everybody. >> it has been a long week. >> it has been. >> good morning i'm brian flores in for dave clark. steve, fog still a problem on the coast? >> very much so. inland some areas are starting off clear but it will be a little cooler today. there are signs of a bigger fog bank and stronger delta breeze. san francisco hard pressed. we will go 61 degrees. 53 and cloudy. some areas along the embarcadero. a little warmer. there is a lot of fog out here. when you get that 50s on the temps. the key continues to be what looks to be a ramped up breeze.
22 gusting to 31. again that is not wide spread. concord is west, napa is west. it was the case but much less what we are seeing today. and that fog getting helped along by an upper level low. that might enhance a little drizzle as well. cooler for most. more 80s there. there will be a few 90s. everyone else 50s and 60s and 70s and 80s. here is sal. steve, good morning. right now on this friday. we are looking at a commute that looks pretty good so far. there is a backup at the bay bridge toll plaza. but it's about a 15 minute drive time into san francisco. if we are lucky, it will just stay this way and not get any worse this morning on this friday we are still doing okay. this is a look at interstate 880 and the traffic here in oakland is moving along very
nicely. livermore valley it's a little better. a little slow leaving it on the way to dublin. if you are driving the hayward and castro valley it looks good. so far if you are a santa clara valley commuter, that commute still looks good. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you. we begin with developing news from hayward. we first reported one hour ago. investigators are trying to figure out what caused a fire that killed a woman early this morning. ktvu janine de la vega tells us firefighters managed to rescue two others in the burning home. janine, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. i just spoke to the son of the woman who escaped this fire. he was very shaken up. too dig trot to speak on camera. firefighters found her in one of the bedrooms. she was trapped there. they brought her outside but they couldn't resuscitate her. when the fire broke out at 1:00 a.m. here on townsend avenue, the flames and smoke were coming
out of the front door and the front window. it took firefighters ten minutes to knock it down. they city they spoke to the husband and wife who were able to escape. they were originally sleeping and they woke up to the smell of the smoke and flames in a front bedroom. now they grabbed a fire extinguisher to put it out but it didn't work. they escaped but the elderly aunt who was left inside she was wheelchair bound. she was trapped in her bed. firefighters were able to rescue here and she died. >> it's hard. it's tough. that's what we get paid to do. when we get a chance to do it, you want to have a good outcome. when it doesn't happen and it is you know it is heartbreaking. >> we are being told by firefighters that two parrots and at least one cat died when i spoke to the relative earlier he said that there was many
more animals in there. so we could find out about more a little bit later. the husband that escaped the fire, he's at the hospital because he was complaining of smoke inhalation. his wife is at a neighbor's house. she is being helped by the red cross. as far as the cause goes, firefighters are leaning toward electrical because there was many cords in one of the rooms where the fire broke out. plugged into an outlet. again they are still investigating. they are waiting for the foam to die down inside the house before they can actually see the details of exactly where the fire spread. coming up in the next half hour, you will hear from a neighbor who knew the victim who died. reporting live from hayward janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. this morning we are continuing to follow a story we reported on the 10:00 news last night about a break in with potential links to the criminal
case against leland yee and raymond chow. a man lurking around the place later bashes through a window. the shop has since been boarded up. now chow's attorney claims that on the day of the break n the shop was handling materials related to the high profile federal case and worries that some evidence may have been compromised. chow and leland yee were among a group of people indicted in march. the group faces charges ranging from murder to hire to gun smuggling. yee is accused of corruption while chow faces money laundering charges. chow who is still in jail will ask a judge next wednesday to grant him bail. alex savidge is digging deeper into this story. a man accused of trying to build a bomb in san francisco is due in court today. ryan chamberlain was arrested
on monday. a judge hat granted a defense request for chamberlain. fbi agents scythian covered bomb making materials next wednesday. the materials include a model rocket image, powdery substance, ball bearings, and a circuit board. one arrested for murder and another man remains on the loose. this is a picture of david galvez. he is considered armed and dangerous. police yesterday arrested the other suspect. he is accused of killing his wife back in april. galvez took part in the murder. happening today fighting back against teens terrorizing and attacking bart riders at several east bay stations. christina randone is live in san leandro. >> reporter: i just spoke with the san leandro police lieutenant who hopes to have a number of agencies at tonight's
immediating. violence has been happening at part stations like this one and others across the east bay. police are describing these attacks as wildly. a pack of 100 teenagers terrorized people. chasing them to the bay area mall parking lot. san leandro police say the incident started in may and since then they have been happening on a weekly basis with the violence progressively getting worse. some victims have been hit with guns and knocked unconscious. and then they hop on bart to get away. most recently hayward police notified them about the teens. >> our officers were on site. they did make one arrest of a teenager for a minor offense. >> reporter: and tonight's meet willing be the first for -- will be the first for this task
force. some of the agencies that are expected to be there are at alameda county sheriffs department. agencies from oakland, hayward, and bart police. they hope to have more bart police agencies there. live in san leandro christina rendon. muni service back on track. muni informed its riders that all 600 of the vehicles are running on schedule. people riding buses, trains, and cable cars can expect a smooth ride. muni operators staged a three- day sickout in a contract dispute this week and muni management and union leaders will meet with an arbitrator tomorrow to try to settle that dispute. there is a different type of transit trouble for bus riders in the east bay. ac transit installed new fair boxes in gainaging its riders
high-tech ways to travel. >> it's very slow. anything that is not a stiff dollar bill will get pushed back to the passenger. >> i can see that with the fair boxes. it was hard to get some of the dollars into the machines. something we definitely need to work on. >> critics plan to bring their complaints to next week's ac transit board meeting. among other things they will ask the board to keep paper bus transfers. at least until now. a missing dog with a very special connection to his oncer back home this morning. arthur renne west skip has been reunited with his dog. >> i will never let her go. i'm getting a microchip, a
collar, and a custom shirt. this is 100% love. >> the man that returned love bought the dog for his aunt. he then saw news reports about the missing dog and knew he had to return the dog. there was talk of a reward but it's unclear if it's been delivered. 6:10 is the time. one person killed, three more injured. coming up at 6:30 the latest violent attack on a college campus and the brave person who stepped into the chaos to help save lives. >> but first showing signs of improvement. >> good morning. we are still looking pretty good out there as you drive to the bay bridge. there is a little bit of a delay. we will give you the delay time and take a look at other commutes. >> on this friday if you think fog is good looking, then you will love friday's forecast. it will be cold and foggy for
welcome back. time is 6:14. it's been three months since the malaysia airlines jet disappeared. now the families of passengers want to conduct their own investigation. they hope to raise $3 million for a reward to encourage whistle blowers with key information about the flight to come forward. the family's also hope to raise another $2 million to hire private investigators to follow
up on leads. a u.s. military hospital in germany says sergeant bowe bergdahl is showing signs of improvement following his release after nearly five years in afghanistan. a pentagon spokesman says bergdahl is talking with medical staff and becoming more involved in a treatment plan designed to ease his return into the united states. no date set for bergdahl to make his first phone call to his family in idaho. president obama has been criticized for securing bergdahl's freedom for the release of five taliban prisoners at guantanamo bay. there is also word that president obama is moving ahead with his push to close the guantanamo bay prison despite the uproar over the release of five taliban prisoners in exchange of sergeant bowe
bergdahl. a significant number of prisoners are on their way toward release. currently there are 149 men being held at guantanamo. president obama has vowed to close the detention center but it has been blocked by congress. congress is pulling forward millions of dollars to bring our program to 14 prisons. $2.5million will be used to bring in music, dance, story telling, and drawing. robin starred as an inmate in the movie the shaw shank redemption. rebecca kaplan only entered the mayoral race this week but she may have an edge over her opponents. one political consultant tells us her entry is a game changer for the race. that is because among another 17 challengers to mayor jean
quan kaplan has the highest name recognition and most experience. >> i think the only way jean quan can hang on to the seat is if the challengers start fighting each other. if the challengers keep the focus of the race on quan, it would be a difficult scenario to how she could win. >> oakland's rank system ranks them first, second, and third. that system helped jean quan win the last mayoral election even though her challenger got the most first choice votes. time is 6:17. let's go to sal keeping an eye on traffic. sal, is it friday light out there? >> in some places it is. at other places it's not. it's a mixed bag out there. if westbound again we have slow traffic. that is some of the slowest we have there. there are no major problems if you are driving to dublin or
the castro valley area. let's go to the toll plaza. it is a nice looking drive. it is a drive here that will be taking about 20 minutes or so getting into san francisco. no major problems on the upper deck of the bay bridge. and the traffic continues to move along relatively well if you are driving on westbound 24 the traffic here looks good. i want to go back to the maps. we talked about livermore but i want to move it out to the sunol grade. we had problems earlier on 680 southbound and happy to say whatever was there was removed and you can see how the traffic is doing very nicely this morning. it's better than it has been for a long time on this drive. so go ahead and go now before something happens. 6:18 let's go to steve. all right, sal, thank you. we have a bigger fog bank this morning. there are a couple little pockets where there is a little bit of sun. i think i just heard from brandon in pacifica. he said steve, we have a little
bit of fog. it's rearing to go. it will be cooler for most even though some areas are sunny inland. a warmer weekend. we get a little dip today and then we will warm it back up. there is a lot hoar. a couple little breaks but not too many. yesterday temperatures came down a little bit. i stuck my neck out. but again i hang my hat on that delta breeze at travis. and it was spot on yesterday. fairfield 87. going 85 today. livermore was 89. that was four cooler than the day before. go 87 today. east san jose out near reed hillview. now high pressure will build back in for the weekend and it looks like it will disappear next week. but low clouds, cool, cool for many on the coast and the bay. it will be cooler and breezy inland even though some areas yeah it's hot. i get that. but there is some areas that will cool down even more so
inland today. the hottest day will be sunday and it looks like we drop starting on monday and big time on tuesday. san francisco dealing with a lot of low clouds. so is 61 today. yesterday was 62. there is a bigger fog bank. i don't see how they warm up that much. as you can see there is plenty there. 50s on the temps. there is a decent westerly breeze for some. including oakland. more westerly at napa. more westerly at concord. 22 gusting to 31. usually that is a sure sign they will cool down a little bit. there is so much fog it will make it pretty tough for some areas near the beaches to get above 59 degrees. morning fog, sunny. cooler for most. there could be drizzle. no reports yet. upper 80s and 90s. clear lake will be about 95-96 and same for ukiah. 60s and 70s for most here or low to mid 80s for many. warmer weather kicks in. that fog will burn off sooner
on saturday. there will be 90s near 100. vacaville and clear lake. still warm on the weekend and cooler tuesday. rising home prices helped push u.s. household wealth to a record. the federal reserve says the net worth of all u.s. households was nearly $82 trillion during the first quarter. that is up $1.5 trillion by the end of the year. home value jumped more than three quarters of a trillion dollars. rising stock prices also helped increase wealth. most of the increase is going to people who already consider upper middle class. stock values have increased since then with the dow and s & p opening up at record levels today. dow jones there at 16,836. another cheating scandal on a bay area ever school.
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trimming incident will be released this weekend. they were injured last month when a contractor for the postal service trimmed trees outside of the post office on 13th street. according to the international bird rescue mission, two of the birds will be released at martin luther king shoreline park. california supreme court says red light cameras are a valid way of catching drivers that do not stop at traffic signals. they argued pictures taken by the cameras are secondhand or hearsay evidence but the court ruled images and other information recorded by the cameras are presumed to be authentic evidence. but there are still some ways you can challenge red light camera tickets. >> if you can show there is a glitch or mechanical failure or pattern of failures, then you will be able to attack it. this doesn't mean you can never attack red light camera
results. >> hayward and san rafael already stopped using the cameras saying they were not cost effective. a racehorse with ties to the bay area hoping to make history. the triple crown is made by winning three horse races. the last time this was done was back in 1978. california chrome who is bred near bakersfield, california has been undefeated since last december. the horse's trainer also used to work at golden gate fields between 2001 and 2007. a lot of new racehorsing fans. 6:26 is the time. developing news out of hayward. a deadly fire. we're going to hear from a neighbor who saw firefighters race into that burning home. >> and there are concerns this morning about the possibility of evidence tampering in the
federal fraud case against suspended state senator leland yee and raymond shrimp boy chow. we will tell you how a break in at a printing business could factor into the case. >> not too bad. golden gate bridge traffic looks good. a little bit of fog at the north end. the traffic itself looks good in marin. >> a healthy fog bank on this friday. with a lot of low clouds making a pub over the bay and parts inland. it looks like a cooler day for most.
burning home. >> good morning. thank you for joining us i'm brian flores in for dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. >> we have mostly cloudy skies on the coast. there is an awful lot of fog out there. or a good amount of fog. however you want to look at it. low clouds, breezy inland. coast, fog, sunny breezy. it will be a little cooler today. we'll have a stronger component of a westerly breeze. it will be a tough day to get that warm. i will stay in the 60s for many. starting off mostly cloudy. cloudy and 55 degrees. there is a lot of fog there. it's getting helped along. weak system going right over us. 50s on the temp. 54-55.
san jose at 53. but a westerly breeze more toward napa and also concord and 22 gusting to 31 at travis. that is really a sure sign there will be cooler air spilling into the delta as well. look at l fog. with that in mind we have a morning fog forecast and it will be sunny. 50s over by some of the coasts. and also 60s. 60s and 70s and more 80s than 90s inlapped. here is sal. thank you very much. we're looking at the east shore freeway and traffic will be doing very well. in fact the drive time here hasn't changed much at all. it was about this drive time at 18 minutes and here we are two hours later. westbound we are seeing a delay here of 258 minutes. that is is your drive time. takes about 15 minutes to wait through the traffic. another 10 or so on the bridge. and that is your 258 minute drive time rounding up a little bit just so that it will be
slightly less for you. and there are no major problems on 680 southbound as you drive from concord to walnut creek. now let's go back to the desk. we begin with developing news from hayward. we first reported about an hour and a half ago. firefighters still on the scene of a deadly fire. the victim an elderly woman. ktvu janine de la vega is joining us now with new information from investigators. janine. >> reporter: well, yes. firefighters as they were inspecting the home inside and going through the rooms, they told us that they did find more pets that had died. now we are told another cat has died. two cats and two parakeets did not survive. the elderly woman that lived here also did not survive even though she was rescued by firefighters. a husband and wife were sleeping and woke up to smoke and heat.
they grabbed a fire extinguisher but it didn't work. the elderly about was trapped in a bedroom. we are told they had ducks, chickens, bids, and cats. again so far four animals were also found dead. >> she has a lot of cats. she loves cats. other than that, you know, she was a quiet person. she kept to herself. >> it was shocking as i woke up this morning. >> the husband is at the hospital being treated for chest pain from the smoke. his wife is being helped by the red cross because at this home they lost their belongings and the house sun livable. fire investigators say they
don't believe the fire is suspicious. the cause of the fire may be electrical because many cords were found in the bedroom and too many plugs may have been put into an outlet. again they are inside looking around for evidence to confirm what caused this fire. there is a new twist in the federal case against state senator leland yee and raymond chow. ktvu news obtained exclusive video of a break in at a print shop. alex savidge is joining us at the shop to explain the investigation. alex. >> reporter: good morning. the judge in this case has ordered all the evidence to remain under sealed. we are talking at things like fbi wiretap transcripts and other sensitive documents. they left that evidence here at the color drop print shop to have some of the items copied for defense attorneys. while the documents were here,
someone broke into the place. you can see the window boarded up here. this is surveillance video. it happened on may 25th. according to a san francisco police report obtained by ktvu news, a print shop employee claimed none of the federal evidence was stolen during the break in but the attorney for defendant raymond shrimp boy chow says he is concerned some of the evidence may have been tampered with or compromised in some way and he is surprised there wouldn't be more security at a business that does contract work for federal prosecutors and handling evidence that is not supposed to be made public. >> the federal government fought tooth and nail to keep it private and then turned it around and gave it to basically a civilian organization.
>> reporter: an fbi spokesman told ktvu news none of the original evidence has been released from fbi custody. you may remember chow and yee are a number of criminals facing fraud charges. illegal weapon sales and a murder for hire plot. according to chow's attorney, this particular print shop in san francisco has a contract with the u.s. attorney's office to dispurse thousands of pages of evidence to the defense attorneys in this case. we have reached out to representatives for the u.s. attorney's office. we just put in a call a short time ago trying to get a comment. a new plan to crack down on teenagers causing havoc in the east bay set to be considered. police say they are terrorizing the public and then hopping on
bart to get away. christina rendon is live in san leandro. >> reporter: san leandro police are having their first meeting tonight to start this task force in an effort to crack down on the crime and keep bart riders like these morning commuters and the greater public safe. san leandro police say these groups first started to congregate at the bay fair mall. the teenagers have also been causing trouble in hayward and police call these incidents wildly similar to the attacks seen in other cities. and then they get on bart and get away. last week a pack of 100 teenagers terrorized people at the bay fair station chasing them to the parking lot. attacks have included stealing cell phones and nike shoes. some victims have been hit with guns and knocked unconscious. the violence has continued each
week getting more. >> i go over here and catch the bus every day. on the way home i notice there has been a lot of kids. tons of them causing trouble. >> reporter: a number of agencies is expected to be at tonight's meeting. in the future they hope to include other agencies along the bart corridor to crack down on this crime. live in san leandro christina rendon. >> thank you. a memorial is continuing to grow at seattle pacific university where a gunman went on a deadly rampage. students have been leaving flowers at the entrance of the school since the shooting. the suspect has been identified as a 26-year-old man who does not attend the school. he went into the engineering building armed with a knife and shotgun and then started shooting. he killed one person and
injured three others. the gunman was reloading when a student working as a building monitor subdued him by using -- if we are going to find any light in this, it's people around them stepped up. >> the suspect will appear in today today. tonight hundreds of people will gatt never san jose to remember a local teenager. 19-year-old george chen was one of six people killed in that massacre. he graduated from leland high school in san jose just two years ago. a memorial service is scheduled for 8:00 tonight at the chinese church of christ south valley in san jose. investigators are trying to determine the cause of two small fires at a downtown construction site. they were both first reported at 9:30 last night on beal street. no one was hurt and the flames
caused minor damage. arson investigators were called to the scene late last night but still no word on exactly how the two fires started. time is 6:39. a teenage boy is in the hospital after being hit by a pickup truck in castro valley. chp investigators say the incident happened on lake chabot road just before 3:00 this morning. the pickup truck driver told the chp he was on his way to work and didn't see anything unusual. then he realized he had hit something and pulled over to the side of the road. other drivers were on the road as well and someone called 911. >> we were notified of a traffic collision involving a pedestrian and a vehicle. for unknown reasons the pedestrian was lying in the street prior to the traffic collision. the party was a juvenile and we have yet to ascertain why the party may have been in the road. >> investigators say none of the drivers they talked with saw the boy lying on the road. the teenager was taken to eden valley medical center but details are not being released.
officers hope to talk to him later today. right now 6:40. new fair boxes on ac transit not everyone happy about them. the complaints about how they are slowing down service. >> preparing for big crowds this upcoming football season. how park willing be effected at the new 49ers stadium and the new plan that could bring more fans to the city of mountain view. >> nothing silent about the fog bank that is for sure. it's a big one. most locations dealing with the fog of east coast and bay.
renewable sugarcane to fuel cars. let's broaden the world's energy mix, let's go. welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. hundreds of stab ford students are angry about how stanford handling an accusation of rape. she is a creative writing major. science demanding support for leah are sprouting up all over campus. last new years day she was sexual asoughted by a stanford student. she filed an incident report with the university. the school has suspended the man for five quarters but that suspension does not begin until summer and that menarches graduate ascella scheduled next-- he can graduate as
scheduled next week. >> he should have been suspended. >> francis says she was supposed to graduate next week as well but took a lighter class load after she dealt with depression after the attack. stanford says it has strengthened its sexual assault response. the team is still working out the details hon tow -- on how to get 70,000 fans to and from the stadium. one is to leave their cars in mountain view and ride light rail. supporters of the plan says they will be bring thousands to mountain view bars and restaurants. >> that is great. >> it could be a win-win for everyone. we have a beautiful downtown with restaurants and bars.
>> however, critics say this plan could create big traffic problems in mountain view. people who live in the same neighborhood are complaining about unwanted guests. the hotel was recently renovated but it never opened. now it looks like it's falling apart. neighbors complain about graffiti and say thee have gotten in a number of rooms. time is 6:46. tom is set to -- testimony is set to begin in bryan stow's civil trial. yesterday jurors heard from two doctor stadium security guards that were supposed to be patrolling the parking lot when the beating took place.
>> this whole game is over you have 56,000 people. after the game now charging toward the gates and there is nobody in lot 2. >> the lawsuit filed accuses the dodgers and former owner frank mccourt of negligence. the case is expected to wrap up in three weeks. it is 6:46. friday morning. let's check in with tori campbell for a look at what is coming up on mornings on 2. hi tori. >> hi pam and brian. coming up on mornings on 2, the much anticipated jobs report came out a little over an hour ago. we'll have the significance for the numbers. >> she is still not officially running for president but hillary clinton's camp just announced she is going to do a grass roots bus tour while promoting her book this month. the only stop on the west coast right in the heart of the bay area. we will tell you where and when. who are you going to call?
ghost busters? the '80s hit making a come back. what is being done to celebrate the 30th anniversary. those stories and more coming up on mornings on 2. >> we all love ghost buster. let's go to sal keeping an eye on traffic. are you a big ghost busters fan? >> i loved it when it came out. i don't know if i've seen it in 30 years. good morning everybody. it's friday . we are all kind of feeling good. traffic at the toll plaza 20-25 minute drive time. it's not bad. you see over on the 880 ramp it's not as bad as it can be. i'm thinking if grow have the luxury of waiting around until can, you will see some
clearing. the traffic looks good as you drive past the coliseum. and if you are in zap jose northbound 101 a little bit of slow traffic near the 280 interchange but 280 and 85 are doing very nicely into the west valley. let's go to steve. >> sal, thank you. a very very happy friday. plenty of low clouds and fog there and some locations tough to get out of the upper 50s and low 60s. we have a little enhancement of the fog bank. a weak some coming over us. and a breeze for some. not for all. low clouds clear and breezy. now far enough inland. if you are up toward ukiah and clear lake. temperatures most inland locations will come down today. sunny and breezy and a little cooler. climate data for san francisco on june 6th average high low 56- 62. the record high 95 back in 1883. i remember that. man, it was hot that day. the record low 47 in 1917. how about that? it's been a long time since we
came to that record high. it won't come close today that is for sure. we will go 61 for a high. some areas might be a little warmer. some areas could be a little cooler. it looks like another cool day and below average temperatures. 50s on the temps. low, mid to upper. 54 fairfield. concord in there as well. fairfield 22 and 31. it was asked by a couple people why do you look at fairfield? i look at fairfield this time of year. and not in the wintertime. this time of year it's a sure sign the delta breeze is picking up. and that means it's cooler inland. areas north and south of that may not have as much of a breeze. that cordelia to fairfield is usual lay signature sign on if it will be cooler or not. and when livermore gets a west wind that is a pretty good sign.
53 ukiah. 56 sacramento. it will be a little cooler for them as well. plenty of fog to go around. although there are a couple little breaks. sol maybe it will take me another picture and see if the fog is in or not. you get up toward middletown, ukiah, clear lake, yeah it's hot. novato 77, petaluma 76. richmond only 66. went 90 brentwood and oakly. 86 gilroy. a lot more fog in that direction. 78 in sunnyvale. 66 on the coast. fog warmer tomorrow as the fog burns off sooner. sunday will be the hottest day. concord, livermore probably closer to 96. cooler tuesday. this morning the labor department reported the unemployment rate held steady
last month. they added 217,000 jobs during may. that was enough to keep the unemployment rate at 6.3%. bars, restaurants, and health care sector added the most jobs. growth and construction and manufacturing still slow. >> video gamers don't fit the old stereotype. the average gamer is almost as likely to be a woman than a man and have the average age of 31. game players also have more active social lives than nongamers. that is interesting. and are more optimistic. better educated and closer to their families. the report is a new one out. that is very interesting. usually you think of a game tear lox themselves in a room. >> i would play more video games. >> well now you're allowed to. >> i will tell my wife there. how the man hunt for a gunman that has been targeting police officers finally couple
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at the american cemetery where more than 9,000 u.s. troops were buried. >> omaha, normandy this was democracy's beach hit. and our victory in that war decided not just a century but shaped the security and well being of all posterity. >> on june 6th, 1944 more than 150,000 allied troops stormed the beaches of normandy. it was the beginning of a massive invasion to drive the nazis out of france. it changed the course of world war ii and europe. sentencing is scheduled for august following a guilty verdict in a livermore homicide case. >> we the jury find the
defendant brian allen davis guilty of a felony to wit murder. >> defendant brian davis shook his head after hearing the verdict yesterday. he was found guilty of killing his 24-year-old neighbor cecilia garcia. her body was found strangled and drown in a shower back in january of 2002. >> it's true i'm getting emotional again. it's been a long journey for this family. >> she would want the family to live every day happy. and hopefully go about our lives and remember her in the good ways. and not have this on our mind so much. >> investigators 51 davis was high on meth at the time of the killing. his second degree murder conviction carries a possible life sentence. some students at palo alto high school will have their final test scores thrown out after cheating was uncovered by teachers. according to the mercury news
an investigation found that students exchanged text messages and photos of answers for their algebra final. the test was supposed to take two hours but they noticed something wasn't right when students turned in their tests after just 30 minutes. the school was not able to determine exactly which students cheated so the scores will be thrown out and they won't be counted for their over all semester grade. even though school is out for the year, students can retake the exam on tuesday. coming up sad news from hayward. how a desperate rescue effort took a tragic turn in a burning home. >> teenagers attacking and robbing people. the disturbing trend near east bay bart stations that has a number of police agencies taking action today.